If you were unable to locate any information with a simple web search or two - then something is amiss.
From what I can tell, this is not a commercially available material - and it is only mentioned in a couple of patent applications.
In a document that appears to be translated from Thai to Chinese to English by an individual who speaks Spanish:
but no mention of any CAS number on anything I located.
My best guess would be to not trust the label on the container, treat the materials as an unknown, and send a sample off to a waste company for characterization and a disposal proposal.
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I am stymied here. I have a customer who presented a vessel that previously contained a material with the CAS number 1417782-28-5 for cleaning. The chemical name on the SDS is "Ethanone, 1-[4-(4-chlorophenoxy)-2(trifluoromethyl)phenyl]-". I tried to look it up on the CAS site and got "No Results". I called the manufacturer and they couldn't find the product either by CAS number or product number. They said they would get back to me. Any suggestions would be greatly appreciated. I just want to know if I can safely wash this vessel without harming my employees, the environment, or the downstream POTW. Thanks!
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